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Shoe Bar in Houston

Shoe Bar

On the go! Call to track down Shoe Bar's current location., Houston , Texas 77249

Introducing Shoe Bar! A new way to celebrate with your girls - whether it's a Bachelorette Party, Birthday Celebration, Girls Night In or a Bridal Shower, this traveling truck offers the best way to spend time (and shop!) with your best friends.

Best Known For: Shoes on the go (literally!)

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RainTree Boutique in Houston

RainTree Boutique

5161 San Felipe St , Houston , Texas 77056

RainTree Boutique is the go to place for women to go for fashion in Houston!

Best Known For: Women's fashion and accessories

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Nearby Neighborhoods in Texas

Austin

Located in the heart of the Lone Star State, Austin, known for its burgeoning arts scene and fierce support of small business, is the perfect breeding grounds for chic, independently owned boutiques.

Canton

Once a month this quaint, peaceful city becomes the seventh largest city in Texas when up to 400,000 shoppers visit World Famous First Monday Trade Days – the oldest, largest, continuously operating outdoor market in the United States!

Amarillo

Amarillo, originally named Oneida, is situated in the Llano Estacado region. The availability of the railroad and freight service provided by the Fort Worth and Denver City Railroad contributed to the city's growth as a cattle marketing center in the late 19th century. The city was once the self-proclaimed "Helium Capital of the World".

Rio Grande Valley

In the Rio Grande Valley, nothing is more breath taking than the water color sunsets, sparkling beaches and the bold colors incorporated from Mexico. This makes boutique shopping a one of a kind experience.

Laredo

Located on the border between Mexico and the U.S., on U.S. I-35 and Mexican Federal Highway 85, Laredo is America's largest inland port and one of the oldest border crossing points. Once capital of the briefly held independent Republic of the Rio Grande, the city has survived a long history of conflict and friendship between the U.S. and Mexico. Its legacy is a rich community boasting unique shopping, lively entertainment and festivals, including the month-long Washington's Birthday Celebration.

Canyon

It is fair to say that Canyon is unlike any other city in Texas. It is home to three of the most popular tourist attractions in the state: Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the outdoor musical drama TEXAS and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Palo Duro Canyon State Park, located just 12 miles from Canyon, is also referred to as the “Grand Canyon” of Texas.The historic downtown Square still bustles with businesses and offers a variety of specialty shops, quaint restaurants, historic buildings, professional offices and the newly restored Randall County Courthouse.